April 2013
Italian America;Spring2013, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p22
The article focuses on the genealogical organizations that help Italian Americans in the search of genealogical information which include FamilySearch International and My Italian Family. The launch of the Italian Ancestors Project by FamilySearch is highlighted which aims to preserve the records of people with Italian descent. The methods reinforced by My Italian Family in the search for genealogical information are described.


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